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    Up-close picture of the Fuji Track Pro rear insert pls

    Can someone take an up-close picture of the track ends and the SS insert of their Fuji Track Pro? For me to engineer with. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by No_Minkah View Post
    Can someone take an up-close picture of the track ends and the SS insert of their Fuji Track Pro? For me to engineer with. Thanks.
    it changed (shape) over the years... up until recently the insert was only on the outside

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    not exactly a close up perse, but it's without my rear wheel installed and when i just got the new frameset

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    Yeah, mine looks like this




    Which is a real pain in the ass. I have a guy who will make me some new inserts, like this ones on the 2008 FTP

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    whoa...u only have inserts on the side?!?!?1

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    anyone know what size bolts the drop outs are drilled for? or is it just easier to re-tap them and use something i can pick up at home depot?

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